Sram chainset on 5700 chainring

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urbanspaceman
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by urbanspaceman

Hi. I'm looking for a new 36t chainring for my Shimano 5700 (10 speed) chainset.

I can't locate a Shimano one at all, but have found a Sram one that's 5 arm, 110 bcd, and 10 speed.

Should be a perfect match but can anyone confirm that is indeed the case?

Thanks in advance.

ooo
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by ooo

1) you want to match inner ring to outer ring
2) sram have 2 types of 110 chainrings: 5x110 with 5 visible arms and 5x110 with 4 visible arms + hidden/integrated arm

FC-5700 with 130 bcd can't fit 36T
FC-5750 with 110 bcd stock chainrings 50/34, but you can 2x10 chainrings from FC-CX70 and FC-CX50:

36T Y1MR36000 from FC-CX70 in stock here:
https://www.starbike.com/en/shimano-cha ... r-fc-cx70/
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by urbanspaceman

Brilliant! Thank you!

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by ultimobici

The reason you can’t find a 5700 one is that Shimano never offered if as an option.

Any inner ring that has the correct bcd will do the job. Just beat in mind your outer ring will be designed with a different inner in mind so shifting may not be as good as it was before.


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by mattr

A CX50 chainring is effectively 5700 (same crank arms) and comes in a 36T

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